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Old 09-09-2015, 07:51 PM   #1
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NHRA Pro Stock Results From the US Nationals

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Jerry Savoie has made three starts at Indy and been to the final round twice (2011 & 2014). Savoie gets the easy trip to the winner's circle after a redlight by final-round opponent Chip Ellis.

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“The last round was not the way we wanted to win, but we held our composure," said Savoie. "We had a good day, and we’ve been blessed.”

Jerry Savoie took home his second NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle victory of the 2015 season with a 7.011 at 193.02 on his Savoie’s Alligator Farm Suzuki, beating No. 1 qualifier Chip Ellis, who fouled out at the start of the final round on his PiranaZ/Pippin Motorsports Buell. The win was Savoie’s third career victory and his first in Indianapolis. He was the runner-up here in 2011 and 2014. He defeated Chaz Kennedy, Steve Johnson, and Hector Arana Jr. to advance to the final.

“It’s a great day,” said Savoie, who will enter the Countdown as the No. 4 seed. “The last round was not the way we wanted to win, but we held our composure. We had a good day, and we’ve been blessed.”

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Chip Ellis and event winner Savoie have each won one time against the other in prior events and this is the first time they have faced each other in a final round. Ellis has a career national event record of six wins and four runner-ups.

Ellis was the No. 1 qualifier and was looking for his first win of the season. Despite the loss, Ellis was able to move around LE Tonglet and earn a Countdown spot.

Scotty Pollacheck secured the final Countdown spot when three-time world champ Angelle Sampey lost in the semifinals.

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Excellent reaction times got Angelle Sampey to the US Nationals semi-finals, an event that she has won previously in 2001 and 2002.

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